IAP 2010: BrainNavigator Demo: Interactive Atlas & 3D Brain Imaging Software

Posted January 5th, 2010 by Ryan Gray

Join us for a hands-on demo of BrainNavigator, a new product sponsored by the MIT Libraries.

Navigating brain structures is complex—especially in small subjects like rats and mice. It’s easy to get lost as you view structures, make injections and analyze research. BrainNavigator is a collaboration between Elsevier and the Allen Institute for Brain Science, and it helps you locate the positions of structures within the brain, making visualization and understanding the brain easier.

Learn to use BrainNavigator to:
• Browse and compare diagrams
• View high-resolution images at the cellular level
• Compare rat and mouse brains using a unified nomenclature
• Compare BrainNavigator information with your own content

WHEN: Wednesday, January 13, 2 – 3pm

WHERE: DIRC, 14N-132

Contact Remlee Green with any questions.

Check out the MIT Libraries’ full schedule of IAP sessions.

This session is co-sponsored by the Brain and Cognitive Sciences department.

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